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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... vorfindet. Der 2 stündige Spaziergang war somit "etwas" anstrengender als geplant, wurde aber belohnt mit der Erkundung dieser einzigartigen, etwas verrückten Landschaft des Spit, die irgendwie so gar nicht an das grüne, hügelige Neuseeland erinnert.
Unsere letzten Kräfte zusammennehmend gingen wir anschließend zum Wharariki Beach, von welchem wir nur sehr gutes gelesen haben. Der Strand sollte uns nicht enttäuschen! Da wir Ebbe ...
... ones I knew would probably be up.
I sat out on the deck, watching the water glisten, and feeling the warm, New Zealand sun, and began catching up on my blog, and downloading pictures. Downloading the photos are a long, tedious process. It seemed that I had barely gotten started, when Adrienne and Francis returned. What seemed like 20 or 30 minutes was in reality a couple of hours.
That evening Adrienne and I ...
When we awake in Haast, the gale has increased to my guess 40 mph gusting to 60. The local advice is to only travel if absolutely necessary but we decide to press on.
The Haast River occupies a wide river valley, the accumulation of a large number of feeder streams up in the mountains but at the moment the riverbed is only about a quarter full of water. The wind is whipping up a localised sandstorm from the riverbed sediments and as ...
... trip was cancelled. They said it would be safe but the weather forecast was bad all day and they didn’t want people disappointed with the tour. They offered to rebook for the next day but we were leaving so that was out. I understood. In fact, as we drove in I said to my husband, "we’re paying a lot of money for this tour and I’m going to be mad if it’s miserable all day and we can’t see anything. OTOH, since safety wasn’t an issue, it ...
... fungi and tall tree ferns. Suddenly a bird appeared from under the brush gathering debris perhaps for its nest - behold we think it was a Kiwi! There were more interesting rock formations at the beach, including a large cave hollowed by many years of high tides.
We set off to Nelson - about a 4 hour drive following the coast for about a third of the route and then turning inland to follow the Butler river gorge for another third and at Mt Murchison ...